An Auckland roading firm in receivership needs to shoulder some of the responsibility for its poor situation, the union for transport and logistics workers said today.
1500 workers have spoken out against low wages and cuts to their work rights at union meetings across Auckland this morning.
The removal of truck driving from an immigration skills shortage list provides must prompt a dedicated training plan to help New Zealanders to get behind the wheel of trucks, FIRST Union said today.
With hundreds of thousands of New Zealanders living below the poverty line, there is no cause for celebration at today’s publication of the NBR Rich List, FIRST Union said today.
The Dannevirke community has been hit hard today with the news of redundancies at one of the town’s major employers.
Waste and recycle workers at Transpacific Industries in Auckland and Wellington are joining their Gisborne counterparts in taking industrial action for a decent wage.
Waste and recycle workers at Transpacific Industries in Gisborne are this morning starting a two day strike in support of a poor wage offer that keeps workers on much lower wages than their Auckland and Wellington counterparts.
A union for workers in the wood industries has welcomed a major development last night in the case for an inquiry into forestry safety.
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